One of the conditions of a regular market is the customer's awareness. On a regualr market, depending on the capability, customer decides at what price, when and where to by a product. Quite often, on a medical market noone knows in advance when demand and supply of medical services appears.
On February 18th, 2016 Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) organized Public-Private Dialogue on Regulation of Water Supply Sector in Georgia. The Dialogue consisted of three panels - Perspectives of Water Supply Sector Development, Tariff Regulations in Water Supply Sector and Legislative Regulations in Water Supply Sector.
It is mentioned in Georgia’s Anti-Corruption Strategy that involvement of local governments in the work of Anti-Corruption Council and supporting anti-corruption activities at the local governments is vital for an effective implementation of the Anti-Corruption Strategy.
Research demonstrates that OGP member countries that have elaborated action plans for the local self-governments focus on increased citizen engagement, establishment of e-platforms, involvement of adults, senior citizens, persons with disabilities in the work of the local governments, etc.
On Thursday, February 18th, 11:00 AM at Rooms Hotel Tbilisi Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) will hold Public-Private Dialogue on Regulation of Water Supply Sector in Georgia.
The article aims to discuss the employment website www.hr.gov.ge as an effective/ineffective instrument for providing transparent and just competitive environment.
IDFI organized the concluding event of the project "Strategic Plan Georgia 2020 - Strengthening Public Involvement" on February 9, 2016.
NGOs request to launch investigation on the case of probable disclosure of the results of judge qualification exams.
On February 12th, 2016, first meeting of the Permanent Parliamentary Council on Open and Transparent Governance took place at the Palace of Parliament of Georgia.
On the 22nd of January, 2016 Tbilisi Court of Appeals left the decision of the first instance court in force and held Ministry of Internal Affairs and Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia equally responsible for compensating moral damages amounting to 2000 Gel and monetary damages amounting to 1180 Gel to Giorgi Kldiashvili.
|3 September 2019|